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it will gobble up your cash. >> the bigger problem for thanksgiving is the cost of getting to grandma's. what else will cost you more at thanksgiving this year. anything can happen around here. >> police an and a s.w.a.t. team surround a baltimore apartment. what led up to the barricade situation and the surprise police got when they went houshmandzadah. and the ravens pound the
panthers with 4 touchdowns, see the ed reid intersection that everyone is talking about. good mooning. it's monday, november 22nd and as you get up and out, depending on which area you're in, this is what you will be facing a lot of fog. this is on 88 and as you can see this is a foggy start to the morning. good morning, i'm patrice harris. we have school delays to pass along to you, because of that fog, dorchester and queen ann county schools are opening 90 minutes late. caroline county schools are opening two hours late this morning. -here's a lot of fog out there to deal with. meteorologist steve fertig is -ere with a look at the fog and what else we can expect going into the holiday week. >> reporter: good morning, to you. one thing we can expect, once the foggy conditions subside, we will see warmer temperatures and
maybe 60s for most f the area in fact. we're looking forward to a nice afternoon and more ssnshine, too, but it's definitely cloudy and saa some foggy conditions as well to deal with this morning that, again require giving yourself extra time probably. sky hh radar showing low level clouds moving through, temperature wise it's kept us mild, 56 in baltimore and downú in salisbury where there's not as much low level cloud cover, cooler at 39 degrees there. the level boundaries heeded in our direction, that could mean shooery cooditions for late wednesday and into thursday, that one will actually bring you shower chances for tomorrow but the bigger systee back to the west, the one that will bring us wednesday night thursday shower chances. occasional showers through thanksgiving, mild tomorrow and in the 60s, high temperatures in the 50s is high temperatures toward the end of the week in the 40s only. all right, where in the worldd3 are the better conditions to travel this morning and where is
it not so good? here is candace dold with thee3 traffic edge. candace. thank you, steve. i can tell you one spot that is not exactly going to be an easy drive and that is right here on 83 at mount caramel road. tack a look at the fog blanketing that area.ú unfortunntely redoing that visibiiity. being sure -- redoes the reducie visibility. we need to talk about 95 while we're in the green. whitemarsh to the beltway, 4 minutes at 55 miles per hour. we will take that. an 8 minute clip from the fort mack henry tunnel toward 8 frif845, we're in excellent se motheper hour there. %-beliive people be traveling e this holiday week and spending -ore to do it. tte auto group is predicting an
11% jump in travel all while gas prices are $0.30 more per gallon. joel d smith is live with another part of the holiday that week, and that has to do with meal. >> reporter: if you're etgg ready to figure out how much your wallet is going to be hit. we told you the number for travel. talk about a big increase when you're talking from one year to the next, more than 11%, 850,000 folks will be on the rood traveling, most of them by car and going to pay more for it, $0.30 aagallon. when you get to grandma's house, what do you eat? >> of course, it's turkey. we're here at farmer tom, turkey is the thing he has been busy. if you're buying turkey, most places you're paying a dollar more per pound. is it just the ffed, is it ass3 simple as that?
>> it's that simple. feed went up 30% so the bird is costing 30% more. >> reporter: in particular not the case. ii's from coast to coast. corn costs ed here and it sof s $6 on the western shore. -p>> the commodities went up abt the last 60 days, and 90 degrees have been creeping up. they're all the way up, and we didn't see it coming and we didn't build it into our price structure. we will get through it. the most important thing is weú put out a good product and our customers are happy. -> reporter: the final thing, he is going to be eattng turkey for thanksgiving. he says he hopes not, he hopes %-would have to have ham instea. >> you know, joel, i have been on this fried turkey kick. can he hook us up with a fried turkey. >> reporter: ww're going to -sk you something. you know patrice really well. she has this thing, she wants a
deep fried turkey. do you guys do that? >> we don't, we smoke them, and we have plenty that size available. we have a bunch that size that will go into the fryers. >> reporter: you need the right size. you. >> i just want a little one. just cut off a few slices, somebody send to the station, something. i'm begging now. isn't that terrible. joel, thank you..3 ú%> officials say they're boosting service this thanksgivvng to help those traveling through the airport. raal service will be aaailable to those traveling to ronald airport. while buss will be available to dulles and thurgood marshal. to midnight on thanksgiving day. city police are searching for a gunman who they said shot and killed a maryland correctional officer on eerly sunday morning. sharon jones was shot while at a
friend's house. hours later police went to her home to execute a search warrant. when they arrived,,officers saw blood on the door and noticed what they thought was suspicious activity. for the next few hours, road blocks were set up around the neighborhood. saw the street blocked off. >> the primary concern is to make sure that the neighbors an3 ú%e area is secured. >> after several hours, the authorities went into the apartment but there was no one there. police believe the suspect knew jones, they won't say how, but they don't think the person was an inmate. police are searching for the person behind a deadly shooting in southwest baltimore on saturday night. 19 years old carlton was rushed to shock trauma after being shot from his injury. a man shot and killed in west baltimore on friday night is identified. 29 years old jerry thomas was killed in a triple shooting on poplar grove street. the two other people involved are expected to survive.
there are still no suspects. maryland's attorney general is calling oo state health officials to pull caffeinated alcoholic drinks from store shelves and bars. the request comes days after state alcohol whhlesalers agreed to stop selling the drinks. fda has sent the letters to makers of drinks like four loko giving them 15 days to explain how they will take their products off the market or prove that their drinks arr safe. a moment of truth for mrnlg pastor who preacnewjersey pastot facebook. it turns out he broke the commandment. he admits he had an affair with another woman years ago. during sunday's sermon he apologized for his mistake. the ravens got the dominating win they were looking ffr on sunday duringgthe carolina pa panthers ho are
regarded by many as the worst team in the nfl. joe placko thre flacco through 3 it put the ravens up 7-0 and with the 6 score 23-13, ed reid and he pinched to landry. he found the end zone for a 23-yard touch down. on the panthers. ray lewis had a pick. he took in 24 yards for the touch down. the final score, ravvns 37-13. competes. i like the fact that we were in control in the irst half. it should have been a first lead. >> we can play a ot better but3 we're happy in the direction we're headed. >> we can close the game out. it was huge coming off of, you know the against atlanta.
we wanted to buuld on thii. we wanted to buiid on the season and play better and close out games, you know, but we got to do it as a team, you know from start to finish. you know, if we want to be competing late december, late january. next sunday to face the tampae bay buccaneers. don't forget, that game time has been moved from 1:00 to 4:15. you can watch it right here onn3 fox 45. and we want to wish a happy 7th birthday to this younn ravens fan. this picture was sent to us by ariel. no matter where you're from, we're looking for all of you ravens fans to send us photos shooing off your purple pride. go to oxbaltimore.com and click on the commune a community feate sections? why tsa is defending its acttons after patting down a shirt lesss
all a bored, the polar express is rolling into town in 4d. the conduct or of the polar express is in with details for this morning's hometown hot spot. >> good morning. >> good morning parks tris!!, pw are you today. >> snipi'm in the mood. >> we're in the polar express that takes you througg a warm
journey where we come see the polar express. behind me, we are lookiig, it might be out of focus. you know why? >> why? >> because you need these cool 4d glasses. you put these on, and off you go into the imaginary world of the >> this 4d also includes some very fun special effects. what sell else is going on in te theater? >> the in the theater, a moment ago the polar express pulled into town with arth shattering feeling. the seats may rumbll and with that smell. that's a fresh fallen snow. now do you smell the snow? but the snow inundates the theater. we have a lot of surprises? -or. >> i can't wait to hear more about it. -hank you very much mr. conduct or. little bit.ck in with you in a
>>thank ou, patrice, see you laterr all aboard. >> the polar express is playing at the national aquarium through january 3rd. for more information, go to foxbalttmore.com/morning. we are looking at a dry scan and it's looking fussy with regard tt some the fog out there this morning. that's one thing you will have to deal with reduced visibility in spots. will see there's more cloud cover there, and again some fog to the north and to the east as well. 50 degrees is the starting temperature and you can see dew point at 47, very close to the temperature, and that's why we have the fog with the calm wind. as far as temperatures across the state, we're at 50 degrees in baltimore, 50 in d.c. a cool 39 in salisbury ann oakland at 50 degrees. these temperatures will climb into the 60s today. it will be a ild day as we get more of a southerly flow. that southerly flow brings in mmre moisture and the fog, but it's also bringing in mild temperatures, for not just ttday but it looks tomorrow as well
bringing shower chances for late tomorrow and also the next frontal boundary could bring us showers by late wednesday into until then, here is what he can expect, travel weather, not too bad at showers hold off. by the time we get into thanksgiving, showers do move in then. as far as the high temperature, in the eastern shore, 57 degrees the cloudy skies. 3:00 this afternoon with also mostly cloudy skies turning to sunny in the aaternoon. 62 for the western part of maryland..3 48 for the overnight low tonight skies, winds out of the south at 5 miles per hour, tomorrow 67 degrees with partly cloudy skies with the shower chances coming in for later in the afternoon. 53 for wednesday, showers with the next fronn to follow, that comes late wednesday into your thanksgiving day, a high of 51. cool 40s for friday, saturday and sunday.
we will be a little chiily for the ravens game returns home against the buccaneers for the afternoon at 4:15 start then. let's see what isshappening on the roadways. here is candace dold with the traffic edge. >> reporter: i hope it's a game like we had yesterday. that was a ood one. we're talking about speeds, good numbers out there. 50 miles per hour on 95 59 near 395. but we do to tell you what it looks like out there and what you will find. let's take a live look at 83, mount caramel road and can you see fog blanketing that area. it's going to be a difficult ride, reduced visibility for sure. make sure that your low beams are on and use caution. on the beltway scooting through pikesville, it's going to be an excellent shape inner and outer %-take a live look at libertyt's road, that's where the volume starts to trickle in. inner nd outer loop toward the
triple bridges. it eases up a bit, moving from kacatonsville up toward 99. the cars that you will have to deal theenorthbound and southbound lanes down toward the capital beltway. that's a look at the morning travvls. help every child have a merry christmas. fox 45 is teaming up with the u.s. marines for this year's toys for tots. we're having a roll call toy drive on friday morning here at the studios. bring a new unwrapppd toy from 6:00 a... to 9:00 p.m., you will -et to spread some cheer, meet the morning crew and make the holiday brighter for baltimore. coming up, how far will tsa officials go when it comes
as allison kossic explains, you may want to read up before you venture out. black friday shoppers bewarement there's a few secrets stores dd not want you to know about. the door buster deals that people line up are essentially just bates. in reality there's only 4-6 door buster items at each store. %-few people in line you won't e able to score that washer and combo. before you buy that big ssreen t.v. make sure you know what model you're getting. in electronics with low sale prices are not the standard model but a derivative which is a model with fewer featuues than the standard one. be on guard when it comes to gal because of surging gold prices, many lferrer manufacturers are g
controversial body scans and pat downs at airports around the country are here to stay. tsa officials are defending the new measures they're saying up against terrorists. officials say they are open to fining a better balance between security and privacy. meanwhile with thanksgivvng just four days away the issuu of lack of privacy has gone into full andy tells us some who went through the contrrversial pat down process are gaining naaional attention. >> your kids. >> yeah, nice. >> ridiculous. >> this youtube clip shows aa3 shirt less boy at salt lake city inttrnntional airport on friday gging through the tsa pat doon prosees. it was shot by phone by another traveler. the boy set off the metal
detector and it was the boy's fathee who took off the shirt to a separate incident leet a. humiliated.cer survivor during a pat down by the tsa leaving him soakee in urine. he trred to tell him about his condition. >> i left a spot of urine, maybe the size of a small pancake, something like that and i had urine dribbling down into my underwear, down myyleg down my shorts. >> reporter: sawyer, didd't have time to change before boarding his flight, and has the head of the tsa is sensitive to the discomfort with the pat down but the extra security is necessary. >> clearly if we are to detect terrorists who have proven innovative and creative in their design of bombs that are going to board up airplanes and kill
people, we're going to have to do something that prevents that. do stories like these hhve you hitting the road instead of flying to grandma's house? we want to know what you think. does the tsa pat down policy want you to change your travel plans this season? >> go to foxbaltimore.com andd3 tell us what you think or sound off through facebook. send us a tweet at fox baltiiore or text your answer to 45203, enter fox 45a for yes or fox 45b a wisconsin t-shirt shop is turning the new travel security measures into a joking matter. it's begun selling shirts thaa support the pat down. the move comes down after a california passenger made national headdines for telling a tsa agent not tt touch him. >> it keeps us safe, you know, it doesn't matter. let's ust be safe as we're
welcome back to fox 45 morniig news. 6:29 is the time. you're taking a live look out ovvr a very foggy drive this morning for people who are out on 83 and that is the case in several parts of our area. ú%od mornnng. i'm patrice harris. we have some school delays to tell you about this morning. dorchester county and queen ann county schools are opening 90 minutes late. caroline county schools are ú%ening two hours llte and all of that fog issthe reason why. meteorologist steve fertig is here with the forecast. if might actually take a couple of hours. it's going to be slow to dissipate, but the fog is con concentrated on the eastern shore. it's gotten worse this morning as we have been on the air a little bit. now take a look at what we have out there with regard to the temperatures. it's rather mild because we have the cloud cover and the fog that ii keeping he temperatures from
doping adropping as much. 39 degrees but everyone else in %-check out the ky watch hd radar, you're seeing low level clluds moving through and the fog that will be causing restricted visibility in spots. you can he so toward the great lakes and headed towarddnnw3 england some rainshooers.ú we''e not dealing with that, misty skies and fog around here. ú%ter in the day we might see to come with 63 degrees ffr the the high. let's see what is happening on the roadways. candace dold is here with a look at the fog and the rest of the storr and the traffic edge. good morning, steve we're talking about the fogg use extra caution, it's hht or miss out there. we're seeing it along 83 at northern baltiiore county. we have a new incident to talk in the northern northwest corner police activity at cockeysville road. let's take a live look at 795 scooting through the region, you can see a bit of fog there and
volume that is starting to pick upp northbound and souuhbound %-assfor the outer lo loop lanef the beltway that is where the volume is increasing 795, 14 minutes, 44 niles mothe 44 mile. from the fort mchenry tunnel,ú to 8 miles per hour. a 9-minuue trip, 54 miles per hour there. that's a ook at the mornings travels. patrice, back to you. 6:32 oo fox 45 morning news3 it's shaping up to be an expensive holiday week for trrvelers. aaa predicts many more people ú%e the road and paying nearly $0.30 more per gallon to do it. the meal that they're all raising to will be pricier as well. joel d smith is live atú reisterstown to talk turkey and all the costs of thankssiving. there's a lot of turkey behind you, joel. >> reporter: they're lucky so
far, christmas not so lucky. make sure you're saving the ig extra bucks, we're thinking about black friday and how much things are costing then and getting your saving and spending a lot of money then. traveling to where you want to go, patrice, $0.300per gallon, higher than it was this time last year. be on the road. close to a millionnmarylanders are going to be traveling. when you get to randma's house, you will be eating turkey most likely and even the cost of that we have farmer reynolds,,you guys sell turkeys how many. >> we sold about 3,000 turkeys this year. fortuuately for everybody else, we did not raise our pricesment our turkeys are till $2.39 a pound.ú he with have a couple of hundred of them to get rid of. give us a call. >> reporter: but that is not knees guys, obviously. >> no, the price will go up on these guys. >> reporter: a lot of people have put that price in. it's got to be beccuse of feed
prices, you know the corn you made out pretty good on that. when it comes to feed it gets you back again. how many turkeys are are you preparing for other people this holidaa. >> we prepare 80 turkeys slow roast cooked with wood. you get them cold and reheat and juut a delightful taste. >> reporter: that's how it goes. a lot of people have a lot of different ways to do this. farmer tom officers that service a-- offers that service as well. hopefully they have saved up to have the holiday they want. police are searching for a gunman who shot and killedda maryland correction thal officer ocorrectional officer onearll s. sharon jones was shot. houus laterrpolice went to her home to execute a search ú%rrant. when they arrived, officers saw blood on the door and noticed
what they thought was suspicious activity. for the next few hours, road blocks were set up around the neighborhood. see the streets blocked off. >> our primary concern is to make sure that the neighbors and the area is concerned. >> after several hours, the authorities went into the apartment but there was no one there. police believe the suspect knew jones. they're not saying how. they do say they don't think the persons an inmate. two homes and tto businesses in canton are damaged following a three-alarm fire. flames broke out early sunday morning in a home on south monford street. that home along with the onee3 next door are all nearly gone a restaurant that were open on monday were also damaged. >> he upstairs of the property from hoses and ripping out the ceilings and everything is destroyed. >> one erson was taken to bay view medical center for minor burns. the cause of the fire is still under an investigation. an arrest is made in the case of a body foond in a box
along interstate 70 police say 34 years old marvin polecia was arrested. he stands charged with shooting death of 36j 36 years d in word yet on a motive. p>> u.s. health and human services secretary is said to make an announcement in baltimore. it concerns the national health corps program which places doctors in under served communities to payoff debt. an engine failure on a, moscow bowb bound flight,,causee plane to return to the airport. more than 100 firefighters were called to the scene because of initial reports that the plane's wings were on fire.ú luckily that wasn't the case and
no one was hurt. the incident is currently being investigated investigated. the ravens got the dominating win they were ooking for on sunday againnt the carolina panthers who are regarding by many as the worst team in the nfl. the raven started scoring early on the second plast play of the. 50-yard pass was good for a touch down and put the ravens up 7-0. %-with the score 23-13, ed reid, interceptedded and then he then on the panthers next play following the kickoof. believe it or not, ray lewis had he took it 23 yawrdz for th 23 e touch down. >> iilike the way our team fights and the way oor team
%-i like the fact that we were n control in the first half. we could play a lot better but we're happy in thh direction we're headed. we closed the game out. it was huge coming off of, you know against atlanta. we wanted to build on this aad build on season and play better and close out games, you know, but we got to do it as a team, you know from start to finish if we want to be competing late december, llte january. >> the ravens are back home next sunday to face the tampa bay buccaneers. don't forget that game time has been moved from 1:00 to 4:15. you can watch it hhre on fox 45. coming up many are remembering the life of a u.s. president, whyytoday marks a monument alday in u.s. history. ann you're taking a live look at 83 at york road in northern baltimore county, fog is redoing visibility -- reducing visibility in this
every monday we will bring you a deal of the week prosecute mobi deals which provide coupons this week's deal comes from cina bonn. you can get any pack of cina bon. mobi deal is a product of our parent coopany sinclair group. here is steve with a look at what we can expect this week. here is a deal weather wise. we got foggy conditions and reduccd visibility. to the north and the east, right now radar s not looking very evenful.
eventful. you will see showers moving out of the ohio valley headed toward new england but not in our direction. that will stay out of our way..3 instead we will see sunshine by this afternoon once we get rid mmrning and the fog as welll as you can see, ourrsatellite image seeing some the low level clouds moving across the more northern part of the state. that is where we expect to see the best chances of fog northern part of maryland and the serenen shore. a lot of moisture coming from the south around high pressure from new england is allowing for the fog beginning of this monday. -0 degrees is the temperature. cloud cover and 45 in hagers town. oakland 50 degrees from the up slope mountain, helping to produce fog and mild temperatures. what we looking at is the surface features indicating the warm front pushing toward the
north and east. it will bring showers as you saw towarddthe north, but bring theú high pressure up newwanyone engd bringing southerly flow. what it's going to bring is temperatures and 60s expected for today and tomorrow as well ahead the nexttfront that moves ú% later tomorrow in the afternoon and evening hours when we can see showers pushing in to the central part of the state and the eastern shore. it's the next front behind it that brings showers wednesdayy3 night into thuusday. if you have travel plans as many of you will for the holiday. it looks like wednesday should be dry untillevening timm or nighttime when there could be showers moving in and thanksgiving i itself will have showers moving in. and the natural part of the state, a 5-10-mile-an-hour wind as it climbs to 63 degreess sunshine for the afternoon, in
we may turn mostly sunny by later in the afternoon. 63 degrees for the western part of maryyand, a mild night with3 partly cloudy skies and tomorrow look at that warm 67. in come the showers later in the afternoon. 53 cooler behind the front. again showers late wednesday into thursday and then cool for friday, saturday, nd sunday only in the mid-to upper 40s then. again headed to the ravens game on sunday as they return home against the buccaneers, going to be a little chilly with the 4:15 start. be prepared after that. it is, steve. %-talking abouttespecially in 83 at north baltimore county. take a look traveling at north caramel road. take a look at reduced visibility on corridor and many areas. make ure that your low eams are on this morning, not the high beams. parts of 95, traveling at 395,
it's 60 miles per hour and not too bad on 95 through whitemarsh at 40 miles per hour. let's take a live look at the beltway at harford road on the outer loop lanes and that's where we're starting to see the brrke lights traveling toward perring parkway. as well. once you take tte outer loop llnes on the 83, toward pikesville and eventuully toward reisterstown road and 75 we're in the green. as you go around the beed, let's take a live look at liberty road and that'sswhy we start to see the cars congregate. that is a look at the morning travels. patrice, backkover to you. coming up comments made by a u.s. senator has plenty of people talking.ú -he comment he made about ddmbing back americans that ended up backffring on him. the latest efforts to rescue
new this morning, city police are searching for the gunman wwo they say shot and killed a maryland correctional officer early sunday morning. investigatorsssay 28-year-old sharon jones was shot while at a friend's. hours later police went to her home to execute a search war ran. when they arrrved, they saw what was blood on the road and saw what was thought suspicious activity. police believe the suspect knew jones but they won't say how. it's been nearly 5 decades since the assassination of president john f kennedy. 47 years ago today, kennedy was shot to death in dallas, texas. sometime secret service agents would were on duty that day aae speaking out for the first time about that day in a new book called the kennedy details. two agents say they feelllike
they failed, but they have accepted what happened on their3 watcc. rescuers hope a high-tech robot they're using will help safe 29 miners trapped in new zealand. a risk of toxic gases make it too risky for humans to enter the mine themselves. with the mmners sinne friday's explosion. a u.s. senatoo still has people talking about comments he made last week about the mediament during a congressional hearing about the retransmission agreements, senator j rockefeller, said he media has become entertainment and is responsible for dumbinn down americans. he went so far as saying that part of him wart wants the fcc o >> now criticism is flying. political analyst john didd
joins us with a look at the that connroversy. >> what was our reaction. >> my first reaction was i think someone needs to introduce him to the first amendment. it was a lot of silly stuff that he said. in generrl people may complain about the media but they wouldn't ut a lot of the new shows on, if a-people weren't watching and the b of next works >> that was part of my next question. if he is saying something that everybody is saying or is he just completely off base. you're saying he's off base. people want to see these thingg. >> i think people want to seeú them. people like to see the conflict in politics. when youutry to have political discussions where it's civvl discourse, people like get bored. people like to see the arguments. there's no tim russerts around and walter conkrites that bring a little bit of sanity into the
things and those are ggeat giants to journalism, but ratings those shows were reaching certain audience whereas thh other shows are ranging a wide-range of people. >> ii the media not just anneasy target for everybody who wants to blame them for all the ills of society. it's juss easy to say it's the media's fault. >> everybody likes to blame the medda because people don't like to check out other sources. people watch something on fox and accept it. instead of checking out other resources and going to a variety of websites. people talk about i'm looking foo more stuff. the problem is it doesn't generate a lot of revenue, buzz or excitement. one of the problems is that it's it may not be great journalism,
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how the agency tried to delete the video. it will gobble up your cash. >> the biggest problem for thanksgivvng is the cost of getting to grandma's. what else will cost you more at thanksgiving this year. for hhushmandzadah. >> and the ravens pound the panthers with four touchdowns. that everyone is talking about. good morning. it's onnayy november 22nd. i'm patrice harris. we're all talking turkeys around here. it's mmking me hungry, actually. before we get to the turkeys, w3 have school delays to pass to you. >> dorchester and queen ann opening 90 minutes late. a lot of fog out there for the
students to contend with this morning. meteorologist steve fertig is here to tell us it's not just in those areas. it's spreading a little.3 it's in the central counties and the eastern shore. the most dense foo is the eastern shore with moisture streaming in from the south. ache a look at thtake a look at. 48 in d.c., and a little cloud cover in salisbury and that is why temperatures have dropped to 38 there. you can see the clouds moving across the state toward the eastern shore. again a southerly flow in addition is bringing more moisture our way. the rainshowers you've seee in the ohio valley that is to the we will talkkabout when we can expect a chance of some showers moving in a few minutes. 48 at the bus stop, fog to deal3 with, 53 degrees by noon nd we will see sunshine by the afternoon. 55 and 6:00 p.m. after reaching ú%e high of 63 degrees around 3:00 in the afternoon. now for a look at what is happening on the roadways. i think we just gavv you a hint.
here is candace dold with the traffic edge. >> reporter: we have been talking about the fog throughout the morning and the effect it's having on 83 this morning. here is a liveelook at york road. you can see it blanketing that part of the reggon. starting to see a lot of cars accumulating. you can see the reduced speeds underneath the ooer pass. be aware that wherever you're traveling, you need to be sure to use extra caution. from the beltway, it's the volume that is increaaing, 9 minutes at 8 miles per hour. then it really slows down from 95 toward 895, at 36 miles per hour. good news on 95, through the beltway all the way down toward howard county at route 32, 11 minutes at 58 miles per hour there. that's a look at the mornings travels. patrice, over to you. thank you, candace.3 7:03 on fox 45 morning news. compared to last year aaa believes people will be traveling more this holiday week and spending more to do it. %--n travellalthough gas prices
up. joel d smith with another part of the holiday that is going to impact your wallet this week. you want to eat turkey.ú >> reporter: good morningg joel. >> reporter: turkey is the big one this week. anddalso potato and onions. %-you're going to be spending ts weekk maybe you're saying money for black friday. make sure you keep monday aside for the meal and where you're going. tom reynolds, these guys are safe sm until christmas, but they're going to cost a dollar a pound more because of the feed prices and the corn prices win up as well. farmer tom, how many do you end up selling or getting through this place in a year. >> we will process 3,000 turkeys this year, up this year and from the years before. i think people are staying home and they're not traveling as much because the expense in gas
and travel time. >> reporter: we are getting that the numbers are up. this year they're saying that 11% are going to e traveling even though it costs more. what are people telling you about what they're going to eat and they're bringing you food, too, right? >> yeah, we will handout about 1,000 on tuesddy, and we will handouu the rest out on wednesddy. you know, i see my walk in tradd is going up, i don't know whether they're rying me to get the bird and driving somewhere else or walking. business has been greatment we expect to sell more birds this year than we have ever had. they look great. >> reporter: when you think about the price when you're traveling some, that is count in. $2.87 the gallon in maryland. last year it was in the $2.50 range. this year maybe things are getting better. one of the report i read, is that maryyand is not doing quite as bad as the rest the country and recovering better from the
economy. and when you're spending time getting to grandma's house, it's paying off. it you're buying food, it's going to cost a little more. farmer too is keeping his prices even for how, at chriitmas town, these guys will be more expensive. joel d smith. two homes in canton are3 damaged following a three-alarm fire. flames broke out at a home in south mown ford street. that home along with the next one to it, are nearly gone, a salon and a restaurant that opened on monday also damaged. >> the upstairs of the property from hoses and ripping out theú ceilings and everything is destroyed. >> one person was taken too3 bayview medical center for minor burns. the cause of the fire is still under investigation. is calling on state health officials to pull caffeinnted alcoholiccdrinks from store shelves and bars. the request comes days afterr3 state alcohol whole stalers
agreed to stop selling the drinks. fda has sent letters to makerr of drinks like four loko giving them 15 days to explain how they will take their products off the market or prove that their drinks are safe. u.s. health and human secretary is expected to make3 announcement which places doctors in under served communities where they work and payoff student debt. congressman elijah cummings will join her for that announcement. many local residents will rally today outside of city hall. they're concerned with the proposal that will bring a wal-mart to the recommendinnton neighborhood. ú%ey say they're against the impact it would have on trafffc and on small businesses. the show that helped to put ú%arm city on a confectionery map is canceled.
the food network announced this will be the last season of the ace f cakes. the show follows duff goldman. the show's 10th and final season airs in january. coming up hop on board the polar express. the 4d extr extra ganz a shoggis way. showers will be moving in for your thanksgiving. nice place to be, how about flori ♪
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good morning, you look like you're ready to go. >> good morning, i'm sorry. the train is rolling in behind me. it's a little noisy, a little bumpy here at the national aquarium. can you hear me? >> i an hear you. so what you're experiencing is that what people will experience if they come to join on board the polar express? >> absolutely. you will see the sights, the sounds and the smells of the polar express and all of itss3 majesty. you will be able to hear it and feel it. a lot of folks are drinking their morning coffee. here you will e able to smell the hot chocolate. hmm-mm. >> all of that in our theater. >> that is very nice. >> this isn't the entire movie. you're not sitting and watching the polar express? >> no, it's a 15 minute version. i like to call it the highlight reel. >> that is one of many ttings to do at at questioner yum, what -,
what else is going on during the holiday season. >> don't forget a good time to visit would be at 5:00 when can come down toward the end of the year for just $5 and closing a chance to see polar express in 4d. >> well, mr. conduct or, thank you so much. we're going to get on board again in just a little bit. thank you. all aboard, tickets? >> tickets. >> the polar express is playing at the national aquarium through january 3rd. for more information log on to foxbaltimore.com/morning. people are lined up to go on poured board. and patrice, you caa see the dolphins ii 4d, close up to the tank. take a look, a great place to be here. here no a great place to be in maryland. we have fog this morning. that is the one drawback this morning is the low visit built innssme spots special leet easterespecially theeastern sho. the bigger picture shows where
the ain is falling heavier out toward the ohio valley area and but not around here.is england the high pressure steering this toward the north but it's steering mmisture away. that is why we have fog to contend with this morniig. as far as the current conditions, you can see the fog moving across the state, the low level cloud cover as well indicated by the grays, moving across northern maryland and eastern shore. we have 50 degrees and reporting drizzle out there. not enough to be showing up on radar, but it's definitely going to be a misty start to the day if not foggy. south winds at 5 miles an hour, ask we got a dew point of 47 degrees and that's close enough to the actual temperature reading. that is why we're seeing the fog. 50 degrees in baltimore, 38, %-cover in salisbury.less cloud again that frontal boundary bringing in a more southerly flow that is bringing more moisture today. bringing in more mild temperatures. the mild temperatures will take temperatures into the 60s for today and tomorrow before the
front brings us cooler air and some shower chances late tomorrow around 4:00 showing here on the future scan model. behind that, rain as we get into thursday night. if you're traveling on thanksgiving we're fine until showers move in. 64 degrees for the high temperature in the eastern shore, while the central part of the state gets up to 63 degrees, comes down about 3:00 this afternoon and 5-10-mile-an-hour wind. we will see sunshine after the cloudy and foggy start. back to the west, 62 degrees there, partly cloudy skies,,and3 48 degrees for the overnightt3 low, also into partly cloudy %-a mild night, once again, tomorrow real warm, getting to 67 degrees for the high. in come the showers for the afternoon and cooler ehind the front, 53 on wednesday, the next front brings showers, late wednesday into the thanksgiving day. high of 51 degrees for thanksgiving, and only 40s for hiez, friday, saturday andd3 sunday for dry days and should be cooler as you're headed to
the buccaneers game that starts at 4:15 in the afternoon. let's head to candace. >> rrporter: it's important to note the time change. we're talking about timing out on the roadways right now. you're going to find a slow go on 95 through whitemarsh, 45 miles per hour traveling toward the beltway. %-farther down through baltimor, a crash on the southbound lanes at keith avenue. let's take a live look at the up. there's no significant delays on 895, so this is the way to go both the northbound and southbound lanes, they're as far as 95, farther down, traveling near the airport, let's take a live look there, here it is, northbound and southbound, a little bit of og starting o loom over there. but as far as the actual volume not too much to concern ourselves with in either direction. on 295, it's incident tree in faat we're in the green, northbound and southbound lanes toward route 100. route 10 as the crash on the on
northbound lanes, you will find that near the beltway. somebody hit a deer there, awaae, it's getting extra attention. that's a look at morning travels. patrice, back to you. make sure that santa claus visits every child this year. fox 45 is teaming up with the u.s. marines for this year's toys for tots. we're having a roll call toy drive n friday december 3rd. here at fox 45 studios. bring a new unwrapped toy from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. meet the fox 45 crew and make the holiday brighter for families in blue diamond almonds!
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was there on a political partnership. one of the secret service agents who was on duty that day, recently published a book about the event. all 29 workers trapped in a mine n china have been pulled to safety. they were stuck after the mineú flooded on sunday..3 %-the accident. on what caused a colorado inventor has an idea that will calm the public's concern about full booed owe boy scanners. he has designed underwear that is supposed to cover the private body, and he says it protects from radiation exposure. amid outrage, the tsa says it will tweak its passenger screening method. the head of the ageecy is working to make screenings as minimally inhave invasive as p.
that is a change from the screenings were here to to stay. >> sandra endo with how the tss a trying to strike a balance between the security. >> reporter: certainly it's the topic of debate especially given a new viral video that came out. take a look at this, a 12 years old boy with his shirt off getting screened at a salt lake he took his shhrt off because his father saad that would help speed up the process. yyu can see the father ith the hand on his hip not happy with the techniques. all ttis is sparking a national outcry. should opt out of these screening measures. it's certainly gaining some moments. tsa officials say this is the need for security, of course and this is what the head of tsa had
to say. >> we know that we face a determined enemy what has been adept as devised and concealing explosive devices, bombs that will target onto only in terms of commercial aircraft and cargo aircraft. >> reporter: president obama weighed in on this controversy saying that is a tactic that is make sure that air travel is safe. so it looks like a lot of these measures are here to stay, but again tsa is looking to revamp some of these security measures. keep in mind, if you're traveling this week to allow for more time as you get through that security time. that's latest from here in washington, sandra endo, patrice, back to you. thank you, sandra. all of this brings us to the question of the day. do you think that the tsa should tweak their security screening policy. we will take your calls later
you can't start much faster than they did yesterday. first quarter, it's the ravens second play of the game. joe flacco, airs it out for hush mahoushmandzadah and that is his 600 career catch. the raven are the first team to have three players wiih at least 600 receptions as he joins derrick mason and antoine there's a bullet for mason, that one is god fo good for a game o. houshmandzadah with his second catch of the game also good for 23 yards. ravens settle for a lead 10-0. the panthers strike back. angel low williams and jonathan stewart are both out for today's game. michael goodson explodes to the defense for a pickup of 45 yards. he rushed 120 for the game. he kicked the field goal to
trail 10-3. second quarter, flacco orchestrating another drive. finds todd keith outside of the numbers. he takes on 29 yarrs on the play. later in the drive, 3rd and 16. heemakes a great catch as he gets popped by martin. down to the panthers, 13 and the first down. first play after the two men, and rice just walks right in, untouched for the one yard score. raven led 23-lead to the game. the raven bhienl finall finallyd return. ú%vid reid follows the block, has plenty of room along the side line and finally takes it south carolina 20. aad the rookie white out. ravens on top 20-3. on the ravens ensuing kickoff, a rrre, non-touch back. captain, fields it at the 11th. looks like he runs into a wall
but bounces back to the near side. he is off, he is eventually chased off at the ravens 25 and john casey make the second field goal at the game. 4th quarter, ravens secondary wishes he had this one back. ryan, hopes for the second wide 88 yards to the panthers, close to the gap toucc down. 5 minutes late. the ravens defense wakes up, s st. pierre. and catches at the 23, and takes it all the way for the touch down. on the first place, -- the first play following the kickoff. ray lewis takes on the 24 yards on the second defensive touch down in just 11 seconds. ray lewis becomes only the second player in the nfl history
to have 30 interceptions. ravens up 24, they roll against the helpless panthers, 37-13 the final. i donnt hink we played as well as we wanteddto at timess we're goong to have to lookkat that. that's a good to come down and get a win. now we are going to go back and get ready for tampa. >> we shouldn't have put ourselves in that situation, but we mmde some plays down the stretch and we won the game. >> i saw the line man and i believe the quarterback right there. i thought we could have made it because duwan was coming to block it. i had a better angle so it worked out. >> the spontannous thing. it's on the same page and can expect those type things from each other. i played a little quarterback and he played a little quarterback. not saying that the option is in us, it's in us, and we're taking
the advantage of it as much as weecan. >> i think we executed it perfectly, but it was backward laterally. as the momentum carries it from the spot where it's released. i thought the wall was set up really good. >> it's the actual pitch list that exists, you know. i'm not on the pitch list, can you believe thht. >> they don't pitch it to me. >> the ravens get their first win at franchise history against carol lincaroline a. and joe flacco drove beer the firs-- forthe first time. david reid had 133 yards highlighted by the 44-yarder you saw. -hat's the morning sports. i'm kristen berset for fox 45
schools are opening 90 minutes late. and the caroline county schools are opening two hours late. and meteorologist steve fertig is here with a look at when it's going to be out of here. >> it's going to be an hour or hour and a half for the fog to be out of here. we are seeing it thick in the central counties. southerly flow bringing more moisture, but it's keeping the temperatures milder than they should be for this time of year. what you're looking at right now, hd radar, with low level clouds. 50 degrees in baltimore. 43 up in hagerstown, 46 in dover, delaware. and 39 issthe temperature we dropped to, but we're getting the southerly flow bringing us milder temperatures today and in the 60s before the front brings us shower chances tomorrow afternoon and cooler temperatures to follow. next front behind it, by the way brings showers for late wednesday into thursday in case you have travel plans headed toward thanksgiving. occasional showers for
thanksgiving and mild temperatures and then the cooler air moves in, only 50s after tomorrow and even 40s for high temperatures by th tte end of te week. can you say winter? >> let's see what is happening on the roadways, here is candace dold witt the traffic. >> reporter: here is what we're dealing n 295 this morning, not too much to complain about. southbound lanes at route 175 looking good and even the northbound stretch up toward the beltway. in fact, 95 is also in the clear from the beltway down toward route 32, 11 minutes, right now 62 miles per hour. southbound 95 through baltimore, just the volume that is increasing from the fort mack mchenry tunnel, 9 minutes per mile there. a sluggish ride from 95 up toward 83, an 18 minute clip at ú% miles per hour. that's a look at morning commute, patrice, back to you. it's shaping up to be an expensive holiday week for
travelers. aaa predicts many more people will be on the road and they will be paying $0.30 more per to do it. thgood morning, joel. >> reporter: good morning, patrice. first let's talk about the cost of getting to where you're going. 30 morepe30 sendz30-cent more pt adds up. once they get to grandma's house, or the sister's place for me, anywhere, they're going to be looking at birds. it's a 40-pounder, make you're not looking at this bunn, one is pretty big. we're at farmers tom's at reisterstown. that is going to cost you $20 for a 30-pound turkey.
farmer tom, you're a busy guy this time of year. thanks for spending time with us. why the surprise prices so muchr turkeys. >>the corn went up. the inputs went up 30%. >> that's all you can do, i guess for a lot of folks. >> all i can do is shog my shruy shoulders. i dddn't build it into my price structure. we have a couple of hundred more to sell. >> reporter: we saw them, at the beginning. >> the feathers is on before. from feathers on to like this, how quick is that process. >> it takes about 18 minutes from the time we start to do a bird. these two batches are our cooked birds and our big boys in here, there's 30, that should weigh 40 to 50 pounds. there's a few people that want to wrestle a 50-pound turkey on christmas day. >> reporter: how many do you sell through the entire season. >> we sell 3,000 birds the whole
year. we handout our retail birds. we do whole sell a few. they went out yesterday and today. >> reporter: it's a busy time this year, and that's something that he is going to be doing in the future. in the future, maybe even do more of this. we will see. for those of you out there, make sure you safe inform before black ffiday. amid national outrage and public outcry, the tsa says t will tweak its screening methods. they're working to make screenings as minimally invasive as possible. this is a big change from the ta's original stands that the screenings were here to say. they went to say that all national security rograms are a process of refinement and adjustmeet. the public outcry that sparked the tsa to review its policy is a review of incidents like this one. a flight attendant who is a
pulled into a room where female %-she says when the agent got to her right breast, the one where she had breast cancer surgery, she was told to show them her prosthesis. >> they had gotten a memo from the tsa saying that flight crew members were the most obvious potential terrorists out there. >> in response the tsa says screeners are not supposed to remove any prosthetics but can ask to see an to see and touch . that brings us to the question of the day. do you think that the tsa should tweak their policy. that brings us to the question of the day. call us at (410)481-4545 or text ú%ur answer at 45203, enter fox of a a foyouare watching fox 45g
news, all local all morning. 45a for yes, and fox 45b for no. police are searching for a man who killed a correctional officer. it started when sharon jones was shot while at a friend's house. hours later police went to her home to execute a search warrant. when they arrived, officers saw blood on the door and noticed what they thought was suspicious activity. for the next few hours road blocks were set up around the neighborhood. i came down this waa and i see the street blocked off. %-sure that the neighbors and te area are secure. >> after several hours, authorities went into the apartment but there was no one there. the suspect knew jones but they won't say how but they say that they don't think the person was an inmate. marvin polencia was arrested in hyattsville. he stands charge in the shooting
death of jacobo vasquez. the body was found near frederick and vasquez had been reported missing days earlier. no word on a motive. an engine failure on a, moscow bound fright causes the plane to return to jfk airport. more than 100 fire fighters were called to the scene because of initial reports that the plane's wings were on fire. luckily that wasn't the place and no one was hurt. the incident is being currently investigated. the air force has launched a nee top secret satellite. a 23-story tall rocket carrying the largest satellite in the world took off on sunday evening. the mission is classified so few details are available. the air force says the satellite will support the millitary's national defense mission. coming up the pope's comments on condoms. i know this will be a bit
controversial. it is likely to get a lot of attention. >> the situations where he says they're okay. and you are taking a live look at 95 through whitemarsh this morning. of course, we have the path of the stop and go delays that formed south of here near the beltway. as that continues all lightning fast. lightning strong.
mob i deals is a product of sinclair group. here is what we have over the region. a little drizzle in spots not even showing up on the radar. the fog is what you will have to contend for the eastern shore. we take a look at the rain at the ohio valley and it's moving northeast of new england. that is not our concern. we have the low level cover that is advancing from west to east. it's going to continue to bring fog for the eastern shore. we have drizzle out at the inner harbor. that is about all. south wind at 5 miles per hour we're not even seeing this on radar. 47 is the dew point that number
close to temperatures allowing for the fog. that is something that has not been minimal that has had reduced visibility for the eastern shore and the parts of the north central part of the state. be careful as you give yourself extra time out there. temperature wise a little bit salisbury at 39 with less cloud cover out there. mild 48 in the higher elevations toward oakland. high pressure to the north and east bringing in the southerly flow of air and that is bringing more moisture our way. it's also bringing milder temperatures, though, expect the 60s for today and for tomorrow as well. the next frontal boundary that comes through brings us shower chances later tomorrow, about 4:00 ssen here in our few tour scan model. it will bring cooler air that will come from the next front pushing through. it will bring chances of late wednesday. if you have travel plans and you leave early enough you will be ahead of the showers moving in. by thanksgiving we do have shower chances and blizzard like
conditions in the northern part of the state around the north central part and the northern plains that will be moving up toward the great lakes area, not coming our way, but just in the heads up in case you have travel plans that will take you further away from home and toward that part of the country. otherwise, 54 degrees for the eastern shore's high temperature today. partly cloudy skies, central part of the state getting up to 63 degrees by 3:00 this afternoon. we will get rid of this morning fog and see some sunshine for the afternoon, actually as you climb to 62 degrees for the western part of maryland. tonight 48 degrees under partly cloudy skies and 67 for tomorrow after today's 63. a couple of mild days, showers afternoon or evening tomorrow..3 gee degree53 degrees cooler fore wednesday. 51 for the high for thanksgiving. look at that, the 40s for the rest of the week and it's the weekend when the ravens return home for the buccaneers game at 415 o4:15 on sunday. it could be a bit cooler then. now here is candace dold with the traffic edge.
>> reporter: we're in the middle of the morning rush this morning right now in fact on southbound 95 through whitemarsh, two miles pr hour pr approaching the beltway. it's not looking like a pretty picture there. we do want to talk about the beltway traveling at harford road. you can see the long string of brake lights. in fact, they persist all the way down toward providence road. you can see a little bit of fog looming over the area. that is redoin reducing visibils well. once you take the trek of 83 up trashegreenspring avenue, and td 95, it's just the cars that you have to deal with. let's take a live look at liberty road at the outer loop stretch, the fog that you can see. a lot of fogs filling up the lanes, inner and outer loop filling up to 70. 695, scooting through catonsville with a live look at route 40, we don't have any incidents to complain about, but even the thicker fog traveling
the head of tsa announces changes are coming to the agency's screening policy. this comes following a increase of the number of complaints of flyers over full body scans and pat downs. that brings us to the question of the day. do you think the tsa should tweak their seeurity screening policy. our first caller is mitchell from baltimore. good morning, mitchell. >> good morning. >> are you travelin traveling ts holiday? >> not at the moment. >> whons yoonce you travel agaie
holiday or something else, what you do think about the security measures. >> i think the security measureú are most definitely needed, however, i feel like this should be done by professionals when the screening is involved. >> you don't mind the pat downs and so forth. >> i personally don't mind it. >> okay. >> but there's individuals who have medical issues. >> right. >> where i feel like there should be doctors on site to do these pat downs to answer everybody's questions, as far as the like the screening. >> got it. >> i feel like they should radiologist. >> that would be a whole entourage of people. >> very interesting, though. >> if you're not comfortable you're not going to want to go through it. that's the complaint a lot of people have. >> let's go to monica in baltimorr. good morning, monica. >> good morning, patrice, how are you. >> i'm doing well. what did you think, should they
tweak these measures now that they're getting so many complaints about them? >> i believe that they should not. i think that the american people need to get over their personal feelings and realize that the tsa has the concern for the americans. if we start tweakkng the system then the terrorists are going to find a way to get around that tweak. i think that we as americans need to get over our personal feelings and allow them to do their job. >> thank you so much, monica. >> let's take a look at what folks are saying on our facebook page. i think they ssould make the screenings the pat downs gender specific. >> i understand that the screening policy may be uncomfortable but it's needed for our safety. at least you will know that the plane you're about to board will not be brought down by terrorists because we were all searrhed the same. >> one of our twitter responders says i don't think that the tsa should change the screening policy. we should be willing to give up a tiny of our privacy for the
security of all. thank you for your calls and comments this morning. coming up later on fox 45 morning news. it's a movie experience going after all of your senses. when you can punch your tickets for the polar express. i know this will be a bit controversial. it's likely to get a lot of attention. it's certainly going to generate a great deal of attention. next, the times they are changing. where the blue diamond almonds! more bold flavor!
hiv. changed his tune. >> inside a church seeped into its tradition. an issue for pop pope benedict i to confront the use of condoms. the pope tells a german journalist that condoms are justified in some cases, mainly people trying to protect themselves against hiv. while the church has been long opposed to the use of condoms. those who follow this pope, say the stands is not surprising. >> i have been following the pope and i am not surprised because he is a man who looks ahead and looks to the future. >> reporter: more fai male prostitutes more conduct is not an issue. >> he is a person of enormous integrity. >> reporter: he stands behind pope's benedict's decision, but
he understands why the issue may create controversy. >> this is likely to be controversial and get a lost attention. it's going to generate a great deal of conversation. as i said, benedict the 16th does what is best from the model ú%andpoint for society. >> reporter: he calls benedict a modern pope, one who doesn't make decisions on what is popular but some based on the common good. >> it addresses the issue of the day without compromising that traditional catholic values and at the same time understands a changing culture in the world todayy coming up in our 8:00 hour, could obesity be linked to the way some americans wear their hair. why one group says the answer is yes and who most at risk. if you have been saving your money for the holidays and not just for buying things for black friday. it will take 30-cent more per
a shirt less child givee a full pat down by the tsa. it's ridiculous. >> what led to this incident and how agency tried to delete the video. it will gobble up your cash. >> the bigger problem for thanksgiving is actually the cost of getting to grandma's. >> what else will cost you more at garchg thanksgiving this yea. the ravens pound the panthers with 4 touchdowns. see the ed reid interception
that everyone is talking about. good morning. it's, monday november 22nd. i'm patrice he harris. we start this morning with school delays to tell you about. dorchester and queen ann are opening 90 minutes late, and caroline county schools are opening two har hours late. let's check in with meteorologist steve fertig and see what the forecast looks like heading into a holiday week. it's going to cool down toward the end of the week. right now shower chances and dealing with some fog and temperatures at 50 degrees in baltimore.ú 49 in d.c. mild throughout the area. 45 has climbed a lot through salisbury and 43 in hagerstown. low level clouds moving through as you can see and fog around the area. and as you see, most of the rainshowers out toward the north
and west of us, up in the great lakes, steers toward new england and we're headed toward 63 degrees with the high with morning fog that will give way to some sunshine in afternoon. we will be looking a whole lot better later in the day. the rest of the travel forecast as well as the thanksgiving forecast coming up in just a bit. right now candace dold has the forcast. >> reporter: we are talking about the busy travel weekend, we're checking in at 70 at 29. you can see our fair share of volume but no delays. there's fog that is over this travel portion aad over many roads. please make sure to use extra cautions au head out this morning. as for the beltway once you approach the entire stretch from 795 down toward 95, a slow 20-minute ride, 31 miles per hour. but then doing much better through baltimore, southbound 95, pho fort mchenry tunnel, and
only 53 miles per hour with southbound 895 from the harbor tunnel down toward 95. that's a look at the morning travels, patrice, back over to you. thank you, candace. 8:02 on fox 45 morning news. compared to last year aaa believes people will be traveling more this monthly day week and spending -- holiday week and spending more to do it. gas prices are almost $0.30 more per gallon. joel d smith is at rice tears towreisterstownwith another pary partnershhp ta will impact you and we're talking about the meal. >> reporter: i hope we have all been saving up for travel, even though it will cost you more, 11% higher return of people going on the road this year than last year. when they get to where they're going, they're going to be eating turkey. the turkey is costing more, close to a record in terms of
how much per pound. i'm here with farmer tom. the price has to go up because the things going into them went up. >> exactly, overhead creeps upú on you. the mineral mix has gone up 30% in the last 6-3. you have to pass that on or you don't survive. >> reporter: he is not passing it on but a lot of people are. when it comes down to the overall price of this week. people don't think of the meal itself, on oran onions and potas prices are going up. >> it will so worth it when you're sitting down at the table. does farmer tom have more turkeys, i need a turkey? >> reporter: he has turkeys. he can take care of you. because you're so good with bees, he will take care of you. >> absolutely, patrice, i have what you need. >> i was going to say fried
turkey. i don't know where to get a fried turkey, i just don' don'tt to do it myself. rail service will be available to those headed to ronald reagan airport, while buss will be available to those headed bwi thu thur gad thurgo . p>> the head of the agency says that they're working to make screenings as minimally invasive as possible. this is a big change from the tsa original stands that the screenings were here too stay. they said that all of the security processes are refinement. a flight attendant who a breast cancer survive claims she was taken into a room with screeners. when the agent got to her right
breast the one she had breast cancer surgery, she was told to though show them their pros prosthesis. >>they got a memo saying that flight crrw members were the most potential terrorists out there. >> they are not supposed to remove any prosthetics but can ask to see and touch them. >> yeah. >> nice. >> it's ridiculous. >> how about this story, a young boy caught on tape getting padded down, shirtily. a fellow passenger shot this video with the cell phone camera. the passenger after shooting it, he was approached by a plainclothes agent and asked to delete the video which he didn't..3 the boy set off the metal detector and it was the boy's father who took off the shirt to speed up the screening process. city police are searching
for a gunman who they say shot and killed a maryland correctional officer on sunday morning. it all started when investigator say sharon jones of was shot at a friend's house. hours later police went to her home to execute a search warrant. when they arrived, officers reportedly saw blood on the door and noticed had a they thought was suspicious activity. for the next few hours road blocks were set up on around the neighborhhod. >> i came around this way and i see the street blocked off. >> our primary concern is to make sure that the neighbors and the area is secure. police believe the suspect knew jones but they won't say how. they don't think though, that tte person was an inmate. an arrest is made in the case of a body found in a box along interstate 70. police were searching for 34 years old marvin polencia he was arrested in high gats ville. h .
the body was founddnear frederick and vasquez had been reported missing days earlier. no word yet on a motive. maryland's attorney general is calling on state officials to pull caffeinated drinks from bars and shelves. the fda has sent letters of makers of drinks like four loko giving them 15 days to explain how they will take their products off the market or prove that the drinks are safe. baltimore residents prepare to express their wa worries over wal-mart. they are concerned with a proposal that would bring a wal-mart to the recommen reming. they are concerned because of the impact it would have on traffic and small businesses. the ravens got the dominating win they were looking for sunday against the carolina panthers who are regarded by
many as the worst team in the nfl. the ravens started scoring early on the second play of the game. joe flacco threw one hit hooking up with houshmandzadah. then laid the 4th quarter with the score-23-13. ed reed intercepted a pass. as he always aid, he pitthed it to landry. landry found the end zone for the 23-yard touch down. then the very next play after the panthers kicked off, ray lewis, believe it or not, he is there running for the touch down. he intercepted the ball. >> the final score for the ravens 37-13. i like the way our team fights. i like the way our team competes. i like the fact that we were in control on the first half. it should have been a bigger >> we play like this in the 4th quarter and close the game out. you know, it was huge.
coming off the the loss against atlanta. we want to build on this and build on the season and play better and close out games. we got to do it as a team from start to finish you know, if we wan to be competing late december, late january. >> the ravens are back home on sunday to face the tampa bay buccaneers. don't forget that game timeehas been moved from 1:00 to 4:15. you can catch it here on fox 45. go ravens! that is what this little one was cheering this weekend when the team took to the field. eva from windsor mills sent us this cutie picture. no matter where you're from, we're looking for you ravens fans to send s your purple pride. go to to foxbaltimore.com and click on the community features section. -p americans swooned over his voice in the last idol. ♪ now winner lee d de did h dd
the holidays are rolling into town. get on board with the polar express. the conduct or of the polar express joins us with all of the detaildetaals for this morning's hometown hot spot. you're making me so ready for the holidays. >> this chocolate smells to good. >> that's one of the things the people will experience when they come to see the polar express in 4d. >> absolutely, you can smell the hot chocolate and see the snow
and enjoy a boy's journey into self discovery. >>the hot chocolate is good. >> and the 3d movie right there, we need special glasses for it. >> we're not out of focus. the special glasses allow you to be totally impercented in the -- immersed in the movie. i won't tell you the scary part but you will be ab t be able toe it? >> what else does the aquarium have for us. >> all yearlong but right now toward the end f the end of the. you can see t to polar express n 4d. and i don't miss it, i got it, you want it, hot chocolate. >> thank you mr. conduct or. the polar express is playing through january 3rd.
for more information log on to foxbaltimore.com/morning. if what you wanted is mild temperatures, you got that, too. take a look at what is happening out therr. not a lot, drizzle and fog redoing visibility so you want to be aware of that. to the north rainshowers toward new england. actually starting off in the ohio valley moving toward the great lakes and toward new england but not coming our way, instead it's the fog that you will have to contend with. the northern part of the state and the eastern shore as well. 50 degrees with light drizzle out there. winds are calm and 47 is the dew point number. close for the actual temperature. we're at 50 degrees in baltimore. 48 in d.c., 48 in salisbury and 43 in hagerstown. everybody enjoying the mild start. oakland at 50 degrees. as can you see we got high pressure toward northern new england which is bringing a southerly flow. that southerly flow is bringing moisture our way ask it's bringing the mild 60s for today and tomorrow as well.
the front brings a chance of showers tomorrow afternoon, around here at 4:00 for the central part of the state and the western counties, too. moofg towarmoving toward the eae after that. the next front is going to bring us showers on wednesday night through thursday. if you have travel plans, you will be doing fine ahead of that shower activity moving through on wednesday. for thanksgiving, it looks like we actually see some rainshowers. colder to the north and wess, bringing snow showers up toward the great lakes area and frankly a lot of snow for the folks up that way. for us it's 60 degrees today. giving way after the foggy start with the clouds. the central part of the state gets up to 63 degrees with also sunshine for the afternoon after a cloudy start to the ay. back to the west a high temperature of 62 degrees with partly cloudy skies and the 5-10-mile-an-hour wind. tonight 48 degrees for the overnight low. partly cloudy, a mild night once again, tomorrow warm e with the
showers moving in the afternoon. 53 degrees with the late showers with next front and cooler behind tra the fron behindcool . we stay in the 40s for the high temperatures, friday as well as saturday and sunday. is it stays cool and it will be a cool afternoon for the ravens-buccaneers game. let's see what is happening on the roadways. candace dold is here to let you know. >> reporter: we're talking about numbers for the future of the weather. at whitemarrh we're at 12 miles per hour all the way down toward the beltway. it does improve at 60 miles per hour raveling at 395. we do need to talk about an accident in howard county. you will find it near jessup. it's a crash at route continue 7177 at jessup. the coast is clear in both directions. on 95 a little bit farther up, if you do have a flight to catch this morning, there's nothing to
complain about there. southbound and northbound lanes looking good toward the bellway just a little bit of fog through the area but not reducing visibility significantly at this -oint. as for the beltway, let's take a live look at liberty road on the outer loop lanes, it's been the source of congestion this %-it does continue to be the ca, outer and inner loop lane, know significant back-ups up toward 795. you will find a backup. it's at reisterstown road. you will find a motorcycle. that's aalook at the morning travels, patrice, back over to you. thank you, candace. coming up to could you stand to lose a few pounds. why a group says a new hair do could be the answer to slimming down. who ssys that the dog shows are only for pure bred. now there's a contest that honors the every day dog. how
less than a year ago lee dewyze was working at a paint store and wanted to plly music. now thanks to american idol that dream has come true. lee just released his new album and rca records is making him available to talk to us. >> this is no more judges, no more competition, it's just you singing your heart out. what do we get to hear on this album? >> you definitely to hear me. it's from the heart, and you know, i think that was the important thing for me. i wanted this album to be from an honest place. you know, i didn't really write
it in anyway or another for any particular reason. i just wanted to make that come out when i get in the studio. i did and i worked with great people. i'm real proud of it. i couldn't be happier with the single and the whole album. >> we know you from the rough3 edge idol. is that what we're going to hear on this album? >> yeah, definitely there's elements of rock, pop on this album. i definitely wanted to take all these they things because i'm a fan of each. pop is just fun, a song you can dance to and a nice groove is always good, i like folk and i love story telling and rock because i can't help myself. it's just kind of threw all of those in a basket and to see what came out was really fun and it was a good experience. >> good, and you know, experience. i know we have experienced american idol with you, and of course that is how we know.
you. i have to talk about the new season. it does bring new judggs. what do you think? howware they going tooimpact the >> it's going to be a completely different show in my opinion, not for better or worse. it's just going to be different. there's different personalities ú% it. it's a different cast is really what it is. and you know, i just hopp that they keep the integrity of the show which i'm sure they will and let it be what it's supposed to be about, that is leettng artists get their name out there and being able to be themselves. i mean, hopefully they still allow them to play their guitars and all of that kind of stuff. that is important. that's a big part of music. let the singers do what they love to do and let them be themselves. with the new judges it will be a good show. >> the work doesn't end after idol. for you it seems like it only began there, right? >> on the show, i definitely felt like this is a lot. after the show, looking back, it
was nothing. compared to the work load now, it's a little bit more now, but you know, the reason i auditions in first place is to where i am right now. that is to be able to make music for other people to enjoy tha!!i can enjoy. you can't always write for others, you have to write for yourself, too. that is where honesty comes out in the mew tiik. i think there's a lot of experiences through each song and perso!! personalities to ea. i'm happy the way it came out. i think that american idol fans and non-american idol fans can enjoy. >> congratulations on eveeything, p success in the future. >> thanks very. good to talk to you. >> good to talk to you, lee. "live it up" is available now. all of the talk of privacy concern at the are airport secuy stops has one man thinking.
a wheelchair bound man is alive thanks to the quick thinking of his son. as ron livingston noticed that their home caught fire and rushed back into the flames to save his dad. >> he didn't want to leave. i kept telling him, it's too big. >> i was trying to fight it and he was grabbing me and pulling me out. >> i was dragging him out through the living room and through the kitchen. he was fighttng me the whole
way. hh thought he could put it out. >> reporter: still in shock, this is all that is left of the only home lance adams has ever known. and it was aaready to the ceiling. i couldn't breathe. it was like black smoke and i couldn't breathe at all. >> reporter: lance lived here %-was bound to a wheelchair. who rusty suffers from parkinson's disease and he also uses oxygen n when you lose everrthing you got you don't know what else o do. >> reporter: we are told that the fire swept through fast. lance says he stepped outside when he turned around and saw the smoke. his father was still in the living room. even from his wheelchair, rusty fought to save the home he had made for himself and his son. >> i couldn't get the things i thought i would get before i got out of there. >> i couldn't see his face and he was only 3 or 4 feet in front of me. >> reporter: the two made it out together, moments later the
oxygen tanks began to explode. >> by the time we got to the door and the back street, they blew up. >> it's pretty much me and lance, i don't know what we're going to do now. >> start over. >> even though it's your house, -- well, coming up lose weight without going on a diet. the changes one group says you can make to your hair that will put you on the right track to weight loss. is there a simple solution for this airport training controversy. one man says, yes. we will tell you what inventton he thinks will solve the ongoing problem. 8:29 is the time.
county scalz ar schools are opeo hours late. let's check in with meteorologist steve fertig as we head into the holiday weekend to see what we can expect out there. you can expect fog this morning. we can expect sunshine this afternoon and mild temperatures for today and tomorrow in the 60s both days. then the cooler air begins to move and so do showers. we will talk about that in a moment. b50 degrees is where we start in balt. temperatures in the surrounding areas in the mid-40s. you sse the low level clouds and fog in spots. that is about it. otherwise the heavier rain stays to the north and out of the great lakes and moving into new england. as you see the temperatures climb to 63 degrees for the higg. it should be a nice afternoon once we get past the morning. for a look at what is happening out there, here is candace dold. >> reporter: we're taking a live look out there at liberry road. it's a slow start to the morning
ride. as far as the volume we like how it looks here, both directions. outer loop lanes, from 795 it will be a sluggish go on average,,17 minutes, right now 33 miles per hour. it looks good from 95 up toward 83 on the beltway, 14 minutes at 44 miles per hour. and really nothing to get in the way on southbound 95 from whitemarsh down toward the beltway 4 minutes at 50 miles that's a look at the morning travels. new this morning, it's been nearly 5 decades since the f kennedy. 47 years ago today, kennedy was shot to death in dallas, texas. he was there on a political trip. one of the se secret service ags who was there published a book about the event. >> reporter: how much will it cost to take to the roads and ate more, a lot more according to aaa. here at tom ren yod reynolds, ig
to cost you more because the cost of feed this yearment a lot more people are hitting the roadways according to aaa. 11% of the marylanders will be out there even though it will cost more to travel $0.30 more per gallon. a colorado inventor says he has got an idea that will calm the public's concern about full body scanners. he has designed special underwear that is supposed to cover the body's private parts. he claims it protectt from radiation exposure. quality? professional dogs will be strutting their stuff at the national dog show presented by pure purna, but the pet center g contest ii honoring every dog. pure inis making him available
to talk with us ttis morning. good morninn. >> how are you. -p>> nice to be with you. i have my costar with me right on y lap. >> so teel me about this pet centric contest because i have two cutie dogs, and i'm sure they could win. >> you answered what everybody has been asking about. we want to celebrate the every day dog all across america in addition to the pure bred dogs that we celebrate with the national dog show presented by this contest which is the pet centric pure ina show contest gives us an opportunity to cclebrate the unique talents and unique looks of every day dogs. you can he go to centric.com, you can downlood the photos that you have for the ca category of best expression, best athlete, bbst troublemaker, most lovable and the best john o'hurley luca
like. >> really. >> this was their idea. >> do you think there's some out that car gory. >> remember i'm pomp puss nd arrogant, and i love to fly fish. there's so many things they can look for. >> i haae two dogs, one could win best troublemaker and the other one most lovable. >> i'm amazed that 20 million plus show watch the national dog show. ú% it has really become -- i think a sample of great television programming, thanks tt p urin and thanks to nbc, the wonderful slot hat follows the macy's thanksgiving parade. it's a great spot to put something as family friendly. i don't think we could air that anytime during the year aad get the same results out of it.
it's the perfeet show and the perfect time. >> you're the host of both of these shows. what do you like about the national pet show? >> my part in it is not what happens out on the blue carpet with the best and show winner. that is interesting and enjoy it and doing it. the best part is taking the tux off and going back stage and seeing the more than 2,000 dogs that are oot there. the last bench shows that there is, which means that all of the breeders and all of the dogs get to remain there during the length of the competition. that means that all of the public gets to wwtch the dogs that are there, talk to the breeders and talk to the owners. get great tips about dogs that may be a wonderful addition to their dogs or get tips for dogs that they have at home that are enormous help. >> john, it's been great talking with you and your buddy there. all take care? >> thanks.
welcome back. it's 8:40 on this monday morning. the sky hd radar not showing you what may have to deal with, which is a little bit of fog to speak of. light drizzle showing off. we do have the light level clouds and fog that could be bringing us drizzle for the north part of the state. 50 degrees ffr the starting temperature and showing here a
little bit of drizzle as i mentioned at the inner harbor. the dew point to start the day. 50 degrees in baltimore, 48 in d.c. and 50 in salisbury where it's mild. 52 in oakland. what we will find is that we got southerly flow around high pressure to the north and east. that southerly flow is going to bring us the moisture and it will also bring the mild temperatures today and tomorrow as we get into the 60s both days. this frontal bon bri boundary bs rainshowers moving through the central counties and the were not part of the state. %-air from the north and west fr later this week. it brings us shower chances for late wednesday into thursday. avoid the showers before they get here and then the showers move in for thanksgiving day itself. solder air follows for the end of the week. for today it shouud get up to 64 degrees for the eastern shore, partly cloudy skies. the mix of sun and clouds.
and sunshine in theeafternoon as we get to 63 degrees for the high. back to west, we should climb to 62 degrees for the high temperature there with a partly cloudy sky. tonight, 48 degrees under partly cloudy skies. here is what is ahead for next week. 63 today, warm tomorrow, 67 degrees. the showers move in the afternoonn 53 degrees cooler behind that on showers this time around holding off until late in the day, thanksgiving day. 51 for the hhgh and much cooler air for the end of the week, friday, saturday and sunday, 40s and it's going to be a cooler one as the kickoff temperature will be in the mild before the 4:15 afternoon for the ravens and the buccaneers. here is candace dold. >> reporter: thank you, steve. we're trying to wrap up this morning's drive. unfortunately delays still persist in parts of the beltway. in catonsville we're at 24 miles per hour. ú% have delays at the northeast
corner, a crash at bel air road. be aware that you will find flassing lights there, no lane or road closures to report, though. on 95, let's take a live look near route 152 this morning. thatts going to beea breeze, northbouud and southbound lanes as well. in fact, the southbound side looks pretty good toward whitemarsh dealing with moderate congestion toward the beltway. on harford on the outer loop stretch, inner loop lanes lookingggood. traffic utraveling up to speed,e bit of fog looming in that area. pikesville, don't have any incidents to talk about. we have our fair share of delays from the greenspring toward the jfx. there's a crash at advic reisten it's involving a motorcyclee it's commanding a lot of attention there. that's a look at the morning travels. patrice, back over to you.
make the season bright for every child. fox 45 is teaming up with the u.s. marines for this year's toys for tots. we're having a roll call toy drive, friday morning december 3rd. it's here at the fox 45 studios. bring a new unwrapped toy from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. if you do, you will be able to spread some cheers. meet the foo 45 morning crew and make the holiday brighter for families in baltimore. coming up next slim down at the salon, how changing your hair style could help you lose some weight. managing your family could help ou feel overwhelming? blue diamond almonds!
today's hair styles are often a barrier to exercise for many african-american women. ww are here with a couple of models and they're going to tell us more about the study. good morning to all of you, ladies. >> good morning. >> when i first heard the study, - thought, what, really? >> tell us why you sayythat? >> with african-american women being disproportionate leo bees, we believe that the hair stale3 is definitely a barrier and we %-united health care mission iso help ppople live healthier lives. >> some people will say why is it a barrier, i don't understand? >> african-american women, studies vo proven to show that african-american women spend so much money to getting their hair style and they don't want to mess it. we are going to give them tips on how to keep their hair healthy. >> when you do workout, you'rr going to get sweaty, your hair
is goiig to get freezey and curly. how do you prevent that? >> one of our models is going to show you, wearing a head band the neck and the off of the where it's going to reduce the freeze. >> if you have a hair style that you can pull back, and you know, wear up in a pony tail. >> she has all of this hair. she has a pooy tail. >>and the next strip is a way to reduce the hair from the neck area. that also is very good. what we want to show is healthy styling tips so when you go to the gym, you can also be healthy and fit and maintain your hair style. >> we have 30 seconds, because when you pulled this, i say what does that have to do with healthcare. >> the listerine is a good way to dabble you your scalp if your hair is wet, it can help
minimize the buildup. by eating healthy fruits aad vegetables and living a healthy lifestyle. as the model demonstrated. and then we have the leave in hair conditioner which is great and particularly for those who like to go swimming and do a lot of exercise out in the sun. >> very interesting. you learn something new every day. it's hard to keep up the hair and the gym as and the whole th, ú%t you got to make it work because you got to stay healthy. if you would like more invoice,- information log on to foxbaltimore.coo. we have a chhnce to win tickets to win tickets to see cons 1constantine. some simple tips to bring you and
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stress into strength. family finances arr a leading trigger eeen for children. they worry about their family having enough money. if money is tiggt set priorities. agree on what is most important right now and where you want to be in 5 or 10 years. ont over commit. a study found that many of us %-have ore time in the futurr than weehave right now. >> eat well, avoid bbnging by keeping temping foods out of the house. and be clear about your needs. work on onn goal at a time. start a daily ritual, it can reduce the strees. we have a chance to see them, we're giving away tickets to see
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digital billboard is a badge of honor for anyone on the twitter verse. >> when he they twit it up. >> reporter: jason is thes thz behind the messages. he spends most of the day to look for informative or funny or inspirational tweets for commuters to enjoy. >> i try to keep it fun for everyone to enjoy. >> bad words, just stuff like that. >> reporter: are weeded out. lamar officials frown upon tweeting and driving. >> someone is giving the traffic scenes. ú%at means you're tweeting and3 driving. i try to stay away from those horre a bi a big abigail this b. >> will keep n posting, hhping
to one day see her name in lights again. >> i guess that is supposed tt be a good thing, but - it's something questionable to say about. >> traffic is used because if you're trying and looking up at the screen. >> straight from traffic edge report. >> i don't know. a lot of pressure to say something clever, too. >> you're right. >> i don't know. >> well, lamar advertising screens thousands of tweett every day. whose job is it to do hat. they only select 4 or 5, for those who want their tweets select on display have to be wetwitty and creativee warm today and tomorrow. 663 today, 62 tomorrow. cooler air moving in, 51 degrees for the thanksgiving day with some showers then. we'rr in the 40s for the weekend. it'' going to be cool at the raven game, 4:15 start.
it's going to be a cool afternoon. >> that turkey looks like it's saying something? >> it wants to get togethhr ith a raven. >> something with the ravens. >> tte former american idol finalist constantine morules is coming to baltimore and bringing the '80s with him. he is starting in rock of ages. it features biggest hits from groups like journey. the show runs from november 30th through november 6th attthe hi hippodrome theater. we ave tickets to give away. -f you're the 10th caller right now at (410)481-4545, you win a pair of passes to the november 30th show. >> i want to be on the first row, he might kick you. doesn't he do that with his legs?ú >> yeah, he oes. >> they try to look at this. >> go to the show regardless. >> we will see you bacc here tomorrow. >> see you.